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March 2001


Cattle_Today: March 07, 2001 14:41:12 CST
CALF SCOURING AND DIARRHEA A MAJOR NUTRITIONAL AND MANAGEMENT CONCERN
When the you get right down to it, calf scours or calf diarrhea causes more financial loss to cow-calf producers than any other disease-related problem they encounter.

Cattle_Today: March 07, 2001 14:44:25 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- GENES AND STUFF
If Roger Wyse is even close to the same area code of his predictions concerning the near future of global population and food demand, ranchers and farmers are going to have to start climbing a steep learning curve toward understanding genomics.

Cattle_Today: March 15, 2001 02:45:29 CST
US BANS ALL IMPORTS OF MEAT FROM EUROPE
The United States banned all imports of livestock, fresh meat and animal products from 15 European countries Tuesday in response to the confirmation of a case of foot-and-mouth disease in France.

Cattle_Today: March 16, 2001 01:54:15 CST
BRITAIN PLANS HUGE LIVESTOCK KILL
LONDON, March 15 — Britain on Thursday announced a massive pre-emptive cull of livestock exposed to foot-and-mouth disease, with 100,000 or more animals marked for destruction. “This is a policy of safety first,” Agriculture Minister Nick Brown told the House of Commons as Britain struggled to contain an epidemic that is crippling the country's rural economy and has triggered an international ban on European meat products after the highly contagious virus spread to France.

Cattle_Today: March 16, 2001 02:03:44 CST
WHY IS EVERYBODY AFRAID OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH?
Foot-and-mouth is a severe, highly contagious viral disease that affects cloven-hooved animals, including cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and deer.

Cattle_Today: March 21, 2001 08:22:00 CST
LIVESTOCK HEALTH ISSUES CREATE UNIQUE CIRCUMSTANCES IN U. S. BEEF INDUSTRY
It seems that every time we turn around another news report is being generated about one or more of the diseases which affect cattle around the world and the potential implications it has for man.

Cattle_Today: March 21, 2001 08:25:57 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK - NORTHERN LIGHTS
Boo Jacoby hated loud noises. Even when he could see it coming, a sudden surge in volume made him stiffen and shudder like a Yankee-bred horse stumbling across its first West Texas rattler.


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